There’s no shortage of satisfaction here! It’s clear that sweets were on the mind of foodies everywhere last week, as they make up seven of the ten viral recipes from last week. All these recipes are not only very tasty, but they also look great when put together. Our bloggers certainly worked hard to put these dishes together, and there’s no secret that their recipes went viral for obvious reasons.

So here they are, the amazing recipes that went viral last week, which can also be found on the Food Monster App!


1. Marbled Banana Bread 

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Enjoy a slice of this sweet and moist vegan Marbled Banana Bread. This treat from Fabio Gallo is the delicious combination of banana bread and chocolate marble cake.

2. Cookie Dough Milkshake

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Yep, you read right, all the flavors of a cookie dough in drinkable form, complete with a mini cookie on top, chocolate drizzle and some dairy free whipped cream. This Cookie Dough Milkshake by Harriet Porterfield is a winner! Thick and creamy, gently infused with vanilla, cinnamon and nutmeg and sweetened naturally with medjool dates.


3. Molasses Pancakes

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These fluffy vegan Molasses Pancakes by Fabio Gallo are made with molasses and flavored with warm spices, a perfect cozy and delicious breakfast for a Sunday morning.

4. Peanut Butter Cups

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Peanut butter and chocolate go together like… well… peanut butter and chocolate. This recipe from Holly Bertone copies the style of a traditional Reese’s Peanut Butter Cup, but it’s peanut free, dairy free, vegan, gluten-free, and made with minimal sugar. These Peanut Butter Cups certainly won’t disappoint!


5. Raw Chocolate Glazed Doughnuts

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This raw vegan donut by Claire Ragozzino is gluten-free, dairy-free, nut-free and processed sugar-free, but still incredibly flavorful! Figs and apple give the dough a touch of sweetness and the moistness it needs to create a moist, cake-like dough, topped raw cacao glaze and colorful quinoa sprinkles to finish it off!

6. Banana Bread

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Delicious banana bread with few ingredients, vegan, easy, super fast to prepare and delicious! It does not carry any sugar or sweeteners, so it is important that the bananas are ripe, the more ripe, the sweeter! This recipe from Amarilis Moldes is perfect for breakfast, snack or take between meals.

7. Gluten-Free Scallion Pancakes

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Vegan, gluten-free savory pancakes. packed with protein, green goodness from scallions and a hint of asian flair thanks to the sesame oil. This scallion pancakes from Amy Height are the ultimate crowd pleaser!


8. Raw Chocolate

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Have you ever wanted to make your own chocolate? This recipe from Sirke Reivo has got you covered! Raw chocolate pieces for you to mould however you like, and filled with the same flavor and satisfaction you have with your favorite chocolate bar!

9. Red Lentil Tomato Soup

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This Red Lentil and Tomato soup by Maryke Wylde is very easy to make and has lots of flavor. Make a basic tomato soup and add red lentils. Top with coriander or parsley. Delicious!

10. Jackfruit Quesadilla

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Jackfruit is an incredible meat substitute! It’s a tropical fruit that can grow quite large. The flesh and seeds are edible. It’s a sweet fruit when it matures but when it’s green, jackfruit can be used in savory dishes where its fibrous texture makes it a good meat substitute. Replace the meat for this Jackfruit Quesadilla from Lydia Filgueras and you won’t be disappointed.

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